Whether you’re employed by an organisation, or you run a business from your kitchen, working from home is a pretty sweet deal.
Well, it is if you don’t mind a little isolation and the sight of the same four walls day after day.
Working from home suits me, but it isn’t for everyone. Continue reading
Whether you’re a freelance writer, a solo logo designer, or a purveyor of novelty socks, working from home and setting your own hours offers an incredible amount of flexibility and freedom. But, throw a child into the mix, and things can get a little complicated.
I love working for myself, and I love being a dad. It’s a lifestyle that suits me just fine.
Of course, you can put you kid in nursery Monday to Friday, leaving you free to structure your working days at your leisure, but if possible, looking after your child during the week is a hugely rewarding experience. It’s just getting it right timewise can be bloody tough.
I’m by no means an expert work and kindergarten juggler, but I do manage. Yes, I do manage – and if you’re in the same boat as me, wondering how you’re going to get everything done without leaving your little one in the lurch, may I offer you a few tips on things I’ve learned over the past 10 months or so? Continue reading
Working from home certainly has its perks – the tiny, convenient commute and access to all creature comforts being two of them.
As great as working from home can be – whether you’re a fulltime freelancer or a part time remote worker (meaning you spend the rest of the time in the office) – it does come with its challenges, chiefly isolation and distraction.
For anyone who works from home, has worked from home, or is thinking about working from home, here are five quotes that are sure to strike a chord in some way… Continue reading